|Monday, June 26th||Tuesday, June 27th||Wednesday, June 28th||Thursday, June 29th|
|9:00 am-2:00 pm||9:00 am-2:00 pm||9:00 am-2:00 pm||9:00 am-12:00 pm|
Who: Open to any and all boys rising grades 1st-6th! Your rising grade is the grade you are going into in the fall of 2017.
Location: Jesuit College Preparatory School 12345 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75025
Dates and Times: Monday, June 26th-Wednesday, June 28th from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and Thursday, June 29th 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Cost: $275 per player; + $25 on or after June 1st. Break down is a little over $15/hour
Staff: Current Division 1, 2 and 3 NCAA lacrosse players. Due to NCAA regulations we can not advertise the names of the players and their schools.
The Dallas Deuces Summer Lacrosse Camp for Boys in RISING GRADES 1st-6th (grade you will enter in fall 2017) will be held at Jesuit College Preparatory School from June 26th-June 29th 2017. The cost is $275 for our 4 day camp with 18 hours total of lacrosse instruction, fun and games, culminating in our very own version of the lacrosse olympics.
The camp is open to boys in rising grades 1st-6th across the Dallas/Fort Worth area no matter where you play lacrosse in the spring. The camp is capped at 100 total players and additionally capped at only 30 1st/2nd grade campers.
Staff: Our staff will include Jesuit Lacrosse Alumni that are currently playing NCAA college lacrosse and other current and former NCAA players.
Lunch: We will have a daily lunch option for $9 per day that will include pizza, Chick Fil A and hamburgers. The daily lunch menu will be given out a week prior to the start of camp. Campers are also welcome to bring their own lunch.
Concessions will be available.
Full Lacrosse equipment is required for camp, lacrosse stick, helmet, shoulder pads, arm guards and gloves.
We have designed a program that emphasizes individual and positional skills training taught in a fun environment. The program also exposes each Camper to fundamental offensive and defensive team concepts which are integral to a players complete development. Players are broken down by age and, at the youth camp, separate instruction is provided to beginner players with no lacrosse experience. Separate goalie instruction will also be provided at this year’s camps.